Campus Projects

All minor and major project work is carefully reviewed, planned and developed to support the ever-changing University environment. Our small and dedicated team aim to create safe, enjoyable and productive campuses which not only support the community but also the work and study of students, staff, tenants and visitors.

Property Services ensures that all buildings and common areas are constructed fit-for-purpose and are maintained to all state regulatory codes and regulations. 

Below is a list of our project works which we are proud to be a part of and share with you.

All Campuses

These major works projects are being rolled out on a number of campuses and are sustainability focused for a better future.

electric buggy infront of park of gum trees

Electric Vehicles

Property Services has worked hard to replace our fleet with electric alternatives for a greener future! Pictured is our new all-terrain property services electric buggy which assists the team with daily tasks and mail deliveries.

Birds eye view of solar panels and plaza.

Solar Initiatives

Another step towards a brighter future. Property Services has worked hard and consulted with many experts on how we can increase and truly benefit from solar resources at our campuses. We are now happy to report that a number of new solar panels will be installed at our campuses very soon.


A Block 3 Proposed Image

A Block Level 3 Refurbishment

Designed to incorporate nature into a modern working environment which promotes productivity and 'community' amongst teams and work units. Scheduled to welcome teams in early October.

Gold Coast

Looking through building to stairwell and study space

Space Planning

Property Services are conducting ongoing reviews at the Gold Coast to ensure we are utilising each building, level and room to it's maximum potential while maintaining a comfortable study and work environment.

Coffs Harbour

View of CHEC health building from across pond.

Health Sciences Building

The $12m Health Sciences Building was completed in Sept 2019 and officially opened in Nov. The building boasts seven specialist health laboratories, an outdoor teaching space, dual signage in the Gumbaynggirr language, and an Indigenous garden that features local medicinal plants. The project was completed on time and in budget.